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The evidence that Grandview had turned a corner financially was plain to see in 2014.
The Grandview Heights Parks Advisory Board has recommended City Council appropriate up to $200,000 next year to hire a consultant to help determine the future of the municipal pool.
Christmas has come early for the city of Grandview Heights.
Grandview Heights City Council unanimously approved a $15,378,931 budget for 2015 at its meeting Monday, Dec. 15.
The Grandview Heights City School District's Kids' Club before- and after-school child-care programs at Stevenson and Edison schools are serving as art galleries this week.
In 1976, Grandview City Councilman Everett Daniels confessed his "secret desire" for Grandview Heights to have its own Christmas tree. That year, city maintenance workers carried out his idea. A 25-foot Austrian fir, located on park property along Goodale Boulevard just west of Grandview Avenue, was cut down and taken to Pierce Field, where it was erected and stabilized with guy wires. Under the direction of Parks and Recreation Director Lynn Veach (pictured to the right of Daniels), the tree was decorated with Christmas ornaments made by students of Grandview's Stevenson and Edison elementary schools. The city's official lighting ceremony followed, and Grandview Heights had its first Christmas tree.
Callie Kristan Crosby, daughter of Robin and Kristan Crosby of Upper Arlington, was married to Kyle Thomas George, son of Tom and Lisa George of Mount Prospect, Ill., on Aug. 16, 2014, at The 10th at Vail Mountain in Vail, Colo.
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The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
The Grandview Heights golf team recorded a great season in 1939.
Christmas is still two weeks away, but the Grandview Heights Public Library's Remembrance Tree is filling up with ornaments.
Goodwill Columbus and Ohio State University's Office of Student Life have partnered to give students a way to responsibly dispose of their unwanted materials as the fall semester ends.
Members of the Charity Newsies once again will don their white jumpsuits and take to the streets to raise money for Franklin County schoolchildren in need.
Grandview Heights High School is known as the home of the Bobcats.